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23rd Sep '15 8:26:38 PM nombretomado
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* In some respects, the ''ComicBook/SilverSurfer''. While he wasn't born for destruction, he was essentially remade for destruction by {{Galactus}}. He later decides to rebel against his former master. [[Film/FantasticFour The movie]] invokes this trope even more.
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* In some respects, the ''ComicBook/SilverSurfer''. While he wasn't born for destruction, he was essentially remade for destruction by {{Galactus}}.ComicBook/{{Galactus}}. He later decides to rebel against his former master. [[Film/FantasticFour The movie]] invokes this trope even more.
31st Aug '15 3:31:08 PM AnoBakaDesu
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* Much like Shichika, Tsubasa Kazanari from ''Anime/SenkiZesshouSymphogear'' was raised to be a weapon, or rather a tool for the Kazanaris to use. She also convinces herself to be as such, to the point where most of her {{image song}}s are about being a sword that strikes everything. It is not until the third season, ''Symphogear GX'', that she realizes that [[spoiler:her father's aloofness was his way to make her distance herself from the family's pressure and pursue her own dream of singing]], after which she declares that her blades are now wings that take flight towards their dreams.
26th Jul '15 3:43:50 PM Saber15
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* Inverted in ''Videogame/KnightsOfTheOldRepublicIITheSithLords'' with HK-47, an assassination robot and returning player character from the first game, who states he is quite happy being a killing machine. -->'''HK-47''': "Observation: I am a droid, master, with programming. Even if I did not enjoy killing, I would have no choice. Thankfully, [[BloodKnight I enjoy it very much]]."
9th Jul '15 10:49:09 AM MechWarrior
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* Creator/JackKirby's Machine Man, aka [[NextWave Aaron Stack,]] was built to be a deadly military robot, but then raised as a human being by his creator.
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* Creator/JackKirby's Machine Man, aka [[NextWave [[ComicBook/NextWave Aaron Stack,]] was built to be a deadly military robot, but then raised as a human being by his creator.
17th Jun '15 12:31:00 PM StFan
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* In ''Anime/NarueNoSekai'' a spaceship built for combat decides it doesn't want to fight anymore and hides on Earth. [[spoiler: She's later given permission to marry a human and live as long as she wishes on Earth with the understanding that a weapon that doesn't want to fight is useless even if they force her to return.]]
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* In ''Anime/NarueNoSekai'' ''Manga/TheWorldOfNarue'' a spaceship built for combat decides it doesn't want to fight anymore and hides on Earth. [[spoiler: She's [[spoiler:She's later given permission to marry a human and live as long as she wishes on Earth with the understanding that a weapon that doesn't want to fight is useless even if they force her to return.]]
12th Jun '15 9:45:35 PM DeisTheAlcano
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* The TropeNamer is ''WesternAnimation/TheIronGiant''. The Giant is a huge robot who arrives to Earth from outer space. He has all kinds of weapons and presumably was designed as a vanguard unit for planetary invasions. However, he's injured upon arrival and becomes amnesiac, so he develops a childlike and innocent persona. [[spoiler:After rescuing to boys from falling and Hogarth runs up to him,]] the Giant quotes this trope word for word.
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* The TropeNamer is ''WesternAnimation/TheIronGiant''. The Giant is a huge robot who arrives to Earth from outer space. He has all kinds of weapons and presumably was designed as a vanguard unit for planetary invasions. However, he's injured upon arrival and becomes amnesiac, so he develops a childlike and innocent persona. [[spoiler:After rescuing to two boys from falling and Hogarth runs up to him,]] falling,]] the Giant quotes this trope word for word.

* Cartoon: An anthropomorphic bit of ordnance is hanging on to the hatch of an aircraft, refusing to be launched: "No! I won't do it! There are men, women and children down there! I'll kill them!" Struggling crewman thinks: "Bloody smart bombs."
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* %%* Cartoon: An anthropomorphic bit of ordnance is hanging on to the hatch of an aircraft, refusing to be launched: "No! I won't do it! There are men, women and children down there! I'll kill them!" Struggling crewman thinks: "Bloody smart bombs."
23rd Apr '15 5:43:55 PM r5h
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* Completely inverted in ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolidPeaceWalker''. -->'''Big Boss''': I was made to fight. ''I am a gun.''
12th Feb '15 8:07:20 PM DAN004
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Common "victims": TykeBomb, PhlebotinumRebel, SecretProjectRefugeeFamily, PersonOfMassDestruction. SuperTrope of DefusingTheTykeBomb. Compare AntiAntichrist. Contrast ThreeLawsCompliant.
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Common "victims": TykeBomb, PhlebotinumRebel, SympatheticSentientWeapon, SecretProjectRefugeeFamily, PersonOfMassDestruction. SuperTrope of DefusingTheTykeBomb. Compare AntiAntichrist. Contrast ThreeLawsCompliant.
8th Feb '15 9:59:25 AM maedar
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* A partial example from ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'': in the ''TabletopGame/{{Eberron}}'' setting, the warforged are an entire race of sentient robot-like golems created to wage that world's equivalent of UsefulNotes/WW1. After the war was over, they were legally freed (instead of rebelling against their creators), and left to their own devices. One of the major themes of the race is a search for identity, and this trope is one of the ways they are often played.
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* A partial example from ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'': in the ''TabletopGame/{{Eberron}}'' setting, the warforged are an entire race of sentient robot-like golems created to wage that world's equivalent of UsefulNotes/WW1. After the war was over, they were legally freed (instead of rebelling against their creators), and left to their own devices. One of the major themes of the race is a search for identity, and this trope is one of the ways they are often played. Of course, when they have a reason to fight or form an army, ''watch out''.
29th Jan '15 11:06:45 PM superkeijikun
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Redundancy
* In ''Manga/DragonBall'', Android #8 was created by the [[EvilArmy Red Ribbon Army]] as a KillerRobot, but decided immediately after being activated that he didn't want to kill, and instead sides with Goku and his allies to fend off his creators.
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